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Nokia E61
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Nokia E61

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Nokia E61i Review

Softpedia
3 April 2008
  • Excerpt: Maintaining the continuity of its business phone E series with lots and powerful devices, Nokia launched the "promised" updated version of the successful E61. This time the new E61i model got the long expected camera module that lacked in the older E61 model. The fact that it didn't feature a camera disappointed many possible buyers at the time of the E61 launching, but Nokia did it with a good reason: there are simply too many companies that will not accept their...
  • Pros: The best thing about this phone is the simply fact that it exists:) The whole range of connectivity tools and the big battery recommends it as the number one business tool at the moment. Even the design is eye-catching, big, bulky and slim as it is. Nokia E61i is a phone that can be used for almost everything (emailing, messaging, surfing, picturing, printing) at high standards.
  • Cons: Lack of a secondary camera for video calling may be a major drawback for those that like this feature. Also the metallic part of the phone is too easy to scratch and will make your phone look very bad after only a few days of use (even if you take great care). I'm also wondering: when will Nokia "relinquish" the Pop-Port USB in favor of the more useful miniUSB port? Maybe HSDPA connectivity would've been so much better than UMTS, but this is just because I couldn't me...
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Review: Nokia E61i - Part One, The Physical

All About Symbian
2 March 2008
  • Summary: Ewan examines the hardware design of the Nokia E61i and finds that it compares favourably to its predecessor.
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Review: Nokia E61i - Part Two, The Information

All About Symbian
21 February 2008
  • Summary: Ewan looks at the Messaging, web browsing and PIM functions of the Nokia E61i.
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Overall 8
8.0

Nokia E61i

PC Magazine
11 January 2008
  • Conclusion: Nokia ups the ante with a welcome refresh to last year's well-liked E62 smartphone.
  • Pros: Sleek enclosure with comfortable keyboard. Built-in Wi-Fi. Great Web browser. Long battery life.
  • Cons: Only supports high-speed UMTS overseas. No stereo Bluetooth support or built-in GPS.
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Nokia E61i su Flickr!

mobileblog.it
26 April 2007

Nokia E61 smartphone

Techworld
16 October 2006
  • Summary: With Wi-Fi and compelling applications, this is more than just a BlackBerry-alike.
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Overall 9
9.0

Nokia E61

MobileTechReview.com
6 August 2006
  • Conclusion: High style, a QWERTY keyboard, WiFi and durability have finally converged, thanks to the Nokia E61. The phone is stunning looking and happily it works just as well as it looks. It beats the BlackBerry on expansion, style, durability and multimedia features, though its keyboard isn't quite as good. While Palm OS is getting long in the tooth, Symbian OS 9 and S60 3rd Edition are much fresher and more powerful (faster networking, multitasking and more).
  • Pros: Great looks, durable metal body, WiFi, EDGE, miniSD expansion slot, supports all major push email solutions as well as non-push IMAP and POP3 email. Fantastic web browser, good battery life and excellent display.
  • Cons: Keyboard travel is nearly nil, sometimes flaky scheduled IMAP email checking.
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Nokia E61 Review

Lordpercy.com
17 June 2006
  • Conclusion: Nokia have taken on the mighty Blackberry at its own game with their latest E61 Smartphone. We spend a week with it to see if it really is the connected utopia it claims to be and if it can unseat the corporate favourite.
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Overall 9
8.5

Review: Nokia E61

All About Symbian
11 May 2006
  • Summary: Ewan Spence lives with Nokia's first landscape/qwerty S60 smartphone and finds plenty to both like and err.... not like quite so much...
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Approfondiamo il Nokia E61

mobileblog.it
6 December 2005
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